While we are staying in Mesa, Arizona we were told about the Wild Horses (Equus ferus) in the Tonto National Forest. Someone we met told us that he had been going in search of them for four years and only … Continue reading
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A recent post on Richard’s Photography Blog about shorebirds in Quebec.
While Richard is busy with his beautiful photography, I look around for interesting “quirks and quarks” of local culture. Newfoundland and New Brunswick did not disappoint. First were the many, many piles of firewood. Some like works of art forming … Continue reading
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